Neil Dhillon, a top experts on public affairs and senior management, discusses his work in one of the nation's top 10 PR firms.

Neil Dhillon
Neil Dhillon

( — July 16, 2015) Washington, DC –Neil Dhillon, a top expert in the fields of public affairs, communications and media relations, recently discussed his work at MWW Group, one of the nation’s Top 10 PR firms. MWW Group is headquartered in East Rutherford, New Jersey, and often represents top individuals and companies throughout the United States, including Sun Microsystems, McDonald’s, Trans World Entertainment and Dhillon was the senior vice president for the company before starting his own firm.

“Working in public relations in the private sector at the national level was really a continuation of my work in the public sector,” he notes. “I had more than two decades of experience in international public affairs, so it was only natural that I would transition into a company that provided multi-national public relations for major companies. “

Dhillon, located on the web at, notes that there were some transitional differences in working for a large PR firm from working for Congressman Bob Matsui or President Bill Clinton. “When working in the public sector, you are often concerned with an individual or, at most, a group of individuals bound by a common bond such as a political cause,” he notes. “With PR management for large companies, you could be heading up and managing coverage of several different products, lines or even sub-companies of a parent company. This means that you must be aware of all the factors that could affect your client, which often means gathering information from many different sources and looking at a multitude of input.”

For more information about Neil Dhillon, see his website.

About Neil Dhillon: For decades, Neil Dhillon has been a leader in global public affairs while working with various administrations in Washington, D.C. Mr. Dhillon has worked as a successful lobbyist with direct access to the White House, Congress and state government leaders, including cabinet secretaries, Congressional leaders and Committee Chairs as well as governors. Today, his firm provides solutions to complex regulatory and legislative issues, thought leadership platforms, crisis communications and media relations.


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